Nike Roshe Sale at finishline.com – If you are looking for the best price for Roshe’s online, look no further. There’s a huge sale on them at Finish Line going on right now, and 2 new coupons for up to $20 off on their site. You can also use a promo code towards most sale items, giving you the best prices plus free shipping:
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Nike Roshe 1& 2 Running Shoes On Sale + Free Delivery at Finish Line!
Its taken me a while to come around to the Nike Roshe, but I’ve finally become a fan. I’m not sure why it took me so long – perhaps it’s because they were too “simple” looking? Not sure; but as a professional designer, I’m personally always striving for a “less is best” aesthetic, and that’s certainly what the shoe designers over at Nike were going for when designing this shoe.
Why Are they Called Nike “Roshe,” Anyway?
Roshe Fun Fact: The Nike Roshe’s original designer, was named Dylan Raasch, which is pretty close to the name of the shoe. However, he didn’t name them after himself. Instead, he named the shoe the “Roshe” as a nod to Roshi, the title given to a Zen master, the ultimate expression of simplicity and calmness.
Well, they obviously got the design right – they are selling like mad and there is a continual stream of new releases featuring interesting color combinations and patterns.
Roshe Fun Fact #2: The original Roche Run colorway, called “iguana” green, was inspired by the moss and rocks in a traditional Zen garden. Not sure if the new “fly knit” technology is named in honor of of Mr. Miyagi, (you know, catching the flies with chopsticks?) but maybe subconsciously?
Roshe Fun Fact #3: None of the 100+ “Mike Rosche’s” on Facebook inspired the design or get royalties from the sale, although at least a few of them probably own a pair of Rosh’s.
So, in conclusion, “Nike” named after a Greek God, plus “Roshe” named after a Zen master. That’s a pretty intense name for a running shoe!
A Selection of Roshe Shoes Fit for a Zen Master (Or, Not?)
Actually, monks are not known for running, let alone spending $100 on a pair of running shoes, so that’s not an accurate statement. I think they would prefer free sandals if given the choice. Maybe it’s just another example of the commercialization of something pure, like Christmas, or the Toyota “Sequoia,” whose terrible CO2 emissions ironically kills trees.
Anyway, the collection of Nike Roshe over at Finish Line is pretty solid, and they are constantly adding new ones to the sale section. They will also frequent the new shoe release calendar, so if you are a real fan, that’s a good page to bookmark.
One of the best things about the Roshe One & Two is that they are pretty inexpensive to start with, and about $20 cheaper than the Shox. With the current $15 off coupon you can get a sweet pair for about $75. Tack on free shipping, which Finish Line offers with every pair of Nike Rosche Runs, and you can get a great deal on a really great shoe. It’s that simple!